Public Notices

An application has been made by:


Planning Applications

PL15

Planning Applications registered -

week ending 4 May 2022

Notice under Article 15

Planning

The following applications would, in the opinion of the local planning

authority, affect the character or setting of a listed building or the character or

appearance of a conservation area:

Lawhitton Rural - The Old Rectory Road From Junction North West Of The Glebe

To Junction South Of Coombeford Lawhitton Launceston Cornwall PL15 9NH -

Replacement of the lean-to at the rear with a better-suited extension more in the

style and character of the listed building with some minor internal alterations. - Mr

& Mrs Richard and Sarah Hortop - PA22/04165

Lawhitton Rural - The Old Rectory Road From Junction North West Of The Glebe

To Junction South Of Coombeford Lawhitton Launceston Cornwall PL15 9NH

- Listed building consent for - Replacement of the lean-to at the rear with a bettersuited

extension more in the style and character of the listed building with some

minor internal alterations. - Mr & Mrs Richard and Sarah Hortop - PA22/04166

St. Gennys - Lower Tresmorn Farm Tresmorn Lane St Gennys Bude Cornwall EX23

0NU - Change of use of land and retention of a timber chalet to be used for holiday

purposes (Easter to end October each year) - Mr And Mrs C Crocker - PA22/03721

Week St. Mary - Land East Of Thinghamscott Week St Mary Holsworthy Cornwall

EX22 6XH - Demolition of existing workshop and construction of a new dwelling. -

Mr N Barriball - PA22/03160

Inspection and commenting on planning applications

It should be noted that the above list does not include applications for all forms

of development. Members of the public can view and make comments within 21

days of this notice or within 30 days if accompanied by an EIA quoting the relevant

application number given above on all the applications received by the Council via

the website at https://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications. Only those

comments relevant to material planning considerations will be taken into account

as part of an application’s determination. Any representations received will be

open to public inspection.

For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) any comments

submitted on a planning application will be subject to acceptance of the Privacy

Notice for representations (D) on the Council’s website http://www.cornwall.gov.

uk/planningprivacy . The Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985

requires that such correspondence must be made available for inspection either by

Councillors or members of the public (which may include the Press). In the event of

an appeal against the decision, any representations made in connection with the

application will be sent to the Secretary of State and the appellant.

www.cornwall.gov.uk


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